We haven’t even reached the dog days of summer
2006 and yet it’s time to start thinking of 2007 and what you would
like to read in the pages of The Lutheran.
The staff asked readers for the first time in 2005 what they were interested in learning about in the pages of the magazine this year. The results were the genesis of cover stories starting earlier this year and carrying through next January.
Thanks to your input, we’ve looked at the question of religious doubt; the decline of mainline denominations; how faith changes; Lutheranism “101,” or the basics of our faith tradition; and in this issue, dissenters in the ELCA (be sure to read Presiding Bishop Mark S. Hanson’s column).
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